Virginia Commonwealth University
Topic: Assistive technology

Sharon Jones, M.Ed.

Assistive technologyThis is the retelling of a story featured on Don Johnston’s website about how assistive technology (AT) benefits students with disabilities.

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Traci Brown, Lori Prendergast and Lindsie Woodfin
Matoaca High School, Chesterfield County Public Schools

iPadAs special education teachers we have always dreamed of having access to the most cutting-edge teaching tools to facilitate learning for all of our students.

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Mary Tobin, M.Ed.

Child and adult with iPadDid you realize the largest minority group in the United States is people with disabilities?

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Fran Smith, Ed.D., C.V.E. and Sharon Jones, M.Ed.

Child and adult with iPadAs this mobile revolution unfolds, we at the Virginia Department of Education’s Training and Technical Assistance Center at Virginia Commonwealth University (VDOE T/TAC @ VCU) have tried to both stay abreast of these fast-emerging trends and learn how to use these tools.

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Kelly E. Ligon, M.Ed.

Teachers with studentRecently, I attended a meeting of professionals well-versed in the field of assistive technology…

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By Susanne Croasdaile, Ph.D.

Woman talkingWhile walking with a teacher in her school recently, I asked her how things were going.

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By Frances G. Smith, Ed.D, CVE

Students smilingUniversal design for learning is an educational framework that encourages instructional approaches for reaching all learners.

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